AMD is hoping to capture the minds and hearts of all gamers by introducing a new line of Polaris graphics cards that focuses on affordability on top of performance.
First announced at Computex 2016, AMD has finally pulled the wraps off its new flagship Radeon RX 480. The GPU is based on AMD’s smaller and more efficient 14nm FinFET process. The company promises it deliver over five teraflops of performance for premium VR gaming experiences and only eats up 150-watts at most.
The graphics card also comes with 36 compute units on-board and DisplayPort 1.4 to push HDR experiences.
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